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U.S. President Donald Trump, right, and Russian President Vladimir Putin shake handsduring the G20 summit in Hamburg Germany, Friday July 7, 2017. (Mikhail Klimentyev, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP)

In 2017, $120 million was allcoated to fight Russian hacking in our election process. Not one penny has been spent for its intended purpose by President Trump to secure election.

Obviously, Trump is making it possible for Russians to do exactly what they did for him in the 2016 election. What other reason could it be?

Everyone is interested in having fair and unrigged elections.

His blatant refusal to do anything to monitor the elections to make sure they are not being hacked is telling, to say the least.

His personal desire to accept all of the help he can from Russians on his behalf is part of his nature.

Should that be a concern of all the Republican senators and congressmen and congresswomen in all states, including Oklahoma?

By doing nothing to disparage Russians from participating in the 2020 election they are all complicit in the process.

Trump has changed our government to an authoritarian entity by intimidating his fellow Republicans and reducing it from a two-party to a one-party system.

Just a few weeks ago, the White House refused to sign a pledge with all our allies to curb the spread of hate and violence by white supremacists and anti-Semitic hate groups.

Apparently, Trump wants to keep silent about this problem just like monitoring the elections in the United States.

Mary Thetford, Tulsa


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